It turns out a Dolly Parton-inspired roof-top bar exists and it looks amazing

Have you ever wondered what a bar would look like if it was inspired by Dolly Parton?

Well, wonder no more because a rooftop bar in Nashville has just opened honouring the country music queen and it is everything we dreamed it would be.

Featuring a lot of pink, White Limozeen - the vintage-glam bar and restaurant atop Nashville's Graduate Hotel - is also home to an onyx wraparound bar, glittery chandeliers, and even a giant pink chicken-wire sculpture of the Jolene singer herself.

The bar's name comes from Parton's 29th studio album and song, White Limozeen, which was released in 1989. The song is about a country girl who moves out to Hollywood and becomes a star.

"We have a character in every hotel," Graduate Hotels CEO Ben Weprin, who developed the Parton concept for the bar, said.

The bar's name comes from Parton's 29th studio album and song, 'White Limozeen,' which was released in 1989. The song is about a country girl who moves out to Hollywood and becomes a star.

"We have a character in every hotel," Graduate Hotels CEO Ben Weprin, who developed the Parton concept for the bar, said.

For guests looking for a more immersive Parton stay, the hotel also features a '9 to 5' suite.

As for Dolly, she hasn't stopped by yet, but "I hope she comes," said Weprin. "We'd love to have her!"